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... Theater anyway. The theatre is one of only 3 in the world that is so well preserved. There was an excellent film and audio tour that led us through the massive site that once seated more than 9,000 people - the rich and famous at the bottom, regular folks in the middle and slaves at the top. The high wall behind the stages provides amazing acoustics and it is still the site of several plays and concerts each summer. The theater, which was quite vulgar, ...
... the crumbling ceiling, moved us to take a moment and reflect on our blessings. Continuing our tour we drove to Domaine de Coyeux where we sampled a few wines with the Dentelles in the background.
High above the village of Séguret, we found Domaine de Mouchon, owned and built by a retired Scotsman. This relatively new high-tech winery is in part of a very old vineyard. We took advantage of ...
... really only the castle on top small mountain in Entrechaux .......looks like it is a ruin but there is scaffolding so must be renovating it.the wall looks like it spirals up to the tower....cool.....next is a lovely winding road through more vineyards ,less olive groves.....the road is climbing ....gorgeous vistas of the green valley. Next village is St Leger au Ventoux which is clinging to the hillside and consists of only a few small ...
... up and down the mountain in summer in big wheeled go carts! HA! Unfortunately, it is a rainy cloudy day and very cold….about 42*, which seems downright Arctic after the 75* weather we have been enjoying!!!
Getting through Grenoble was an exercise in patience…..past universities, and old Olympic village housing…..finally got out. Then, the drive via the BACK, BACK roads was incredible…we saw many "Shari" possible farms just ...
... that we're setting. Our friends have left to return to London after Oktoberfest and we are craving the creature comforts they're going back to. I have these kinds of thoughts more frequently now, and then immediately want to slap myself for being so stupid. Deduct another karma point because I should be living in the moment, savouring every second of this trip of a lifetime!
Nothing to do but soldier on, and we will, hoping that karma looks after us in Spain.